Two former Boston College employees are suing the University in a class action lawsuit, alleging BC mismanaged their retirement plans.
Boston College’s new global public health and the common good major will aim to prepare future graduates for the social justice issues they may face throughout their careers, according to Summer Sherburne Hawkins.
Tyler Murray donned a pair of boots and grabbed a garbage pail as he rushed into the flooding first-floor bathroom of Duchesne East on Tuesday night.
The key to environmental justice is keeping conversation about environmental racism alive, according to Rev. Vernon K. Walker, program director of Communities Responding to Extreme Weather.
Retired Col. April Skou emphasized the importance of legacy and the necessity of interpersonal connections in the military during her keynote speech at the 22nd Annual Boston College Veterans Mass and Remembrance Ceremony on Friday morning.
Director of Boston College’s Global Leadership Institute Robert Mauro, who died on Oct. 31 at age 46, strove to strengthen ties between academic leaders in Ireland, Northern Ireland, and Boston throughout his career.
A select group of Boston College students and faculty members will travel to Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt this November for COP27. This is the second time the University will attend the annual United Nations summit on climate change.
Innovative solutions are not necessary to combat gun violence, according to U.S. Senator Chris Murphy.